Work to demolish the old station platforms at Cameron Bridge in Fife is now complete, Network Rail has revealed. Following the successful completion of the first mile in March, and significant progress on the second mile, the removal of the old platforms of the former Cameron Bridge station clears t
A Kirkcaldy hotel has been granted planning permission to build a new spa and wellness centre. The owners of the Dean Park Hotel submitted the proposals to Fife Council at the start of the year.
CR Smith has welcomed seven new recruits to its manufacturing plant in Fife this summer, who all joined the company through cross-industry jobs initiatives that support people into work. In partnership with DWP Fife, Kingdom Works and Fife College, CR Smith helped to create a new manufacturing skill
Taylor Wimpey East Scotland has been granted planning permission from Fife Council for a programme of preconstruction ground remediation works as part of the delivery of the new neighbourhood Whitefields, Dunfermline. In a further positive step for this impressive allocated and master planned develo
Planning permission has now been granted for the construction of business units at Fife Interchange North, Dunfermline, as part of Fife Council’s Industrial Innovation Investment Programme for business land and property, funded by the Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal. Fife In
Local people in Leven and Cameron Bridge will get the first chance to see the plans for the station developments that will be delivered as part of the Levenmouth Rail link project. Network Rail will unveil the final plans for the new stations at two drop-in events to be held near to the proposed sta
Fife Housing Group and building contractor The JR Group have continued their commitment to ‘Giving Something Back’ to the local Kirkcaldy community by prioritising the upgrade of a playpark beside their new development in Glen Albyn. The two are working in partnership to deliver 49 much-
Taylor Wimpey East Scotland and local contractor Kingdom Maintenance recently stepped in to provide a range of building services expertise and materials to improve the aviary and outdoor space for the Peacocks in Pittencrieff Park charity.
Almost £5 million has been invested in 65 projects that will improve school buildings for staff and pupils across the Kingdom of Fife over the summer. Fife Council's spokesperson for building services Cllr Judy Hamilton welcomed the news saying it's important that staff and pupils work and lea
Local businesses in Fife are benefiting from contract awards related to Cala Homes’ latest development in Aberdour. The homebuilder has underlined its commitment to wherever possible commissioning local services with a number of service providers engaged on the Inchcolm Green development in th
The construction of homes at a new sustainable community in St Andrews is set to commence in September following the granting of planning consent by Fife Council. St Andrews West (STAW) has evolved over many years and aims to provide an exemplar new urban development, boasting a long-term commi
Fife Council has rejected plans to convert the historic Albert Hotel in North Queensferry into flats. The council ruled the developer, Edinburgh-based Festival Inns, had not provided sufficient evidence to support its claim the Albert Hotel in North Queensferry was no longer viable as a business.
Fife Council's spokesperson for housing and building services Councillor Judy Hamilton has marked the progress of construction of 97 new council houses in Cowdenbeath by laying a 'golden brick'. The new development in Lochgelly Road is situated on what was previously open land and wil
The second phase of Kingdom Housing Association’s affordable housing development at Torryburn in Fife is nearing completion with all of the homes designed to net-zero carbon emission standards. Four new highly energy-efficient homes make up the second phase of Kingdom’s development in th
Proposals for a significant mixed-use development in Falkland and an extensive range of new facilities for the village are set to go out for public consultation. Scotch Whisky Investments (SWI) is bringing forward proposals for the development, which forms part of a multi-million-pound investment in